Notes on the Atrocities
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Wednesday, January 28, 2004  

This seems bad on so many levels.

Democrat Howard Dean shook up his faltering bid for the White House on Wednesday, replacing his campaign manager with a longtime associate of former Vice President Al Gore.

In a further sign of distress, the one-time front-runner implemented cost-cutting measures as he looked ahead to a series of costly primaries and caucuses, asking staff to defer their paychecks for two weeks.

"Governor Dean asked Roy Neel to join the campaign as CEO and Joe Trippi resigned as campaign manager," said Tricia Enright, a campaign spokeswoman.

Let's just remember that things looked terrible for Kerry when he put his house in hock to fund his then-faltering campaign. (How's that for a lame silver lining?)

posted by Jeff | 4:32 PM |
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